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“Ten years later”: Super star Daphne makes mockery of Cameroonian bloggers as she enters USA

Cameroon most rising super star, South West born Daphne Njie has ridiculed Cameroonian entertainment bloggers on popular social media network instagram minutes after touching the tarmac of the Atlanta international airport

The Calee singer who was rumored to have been given a ten years ban from the United States of America in June 2018 by many entertainment websites for allegedly using a B1 Visa to perform in Trump’s country has finally responded by actions.

Many online news blogs in the country carried the story of her alleged ban for ten years in the country on their platform even as the singer remained silent over the issue then

In a post on instagram, Daphne rubbishes the story as she flaunts pictures of herself at Atlanta International airport

“A-List Cameroonian Afromusic singer, Daphne Njie Gundem who is popularly known as Daphne, was recently deported from the United States, and might not be entering the country anytime soon” one website critiquesite.com wrote in their intro back then in June

“Ten years later (10ans plus tard). Atlanat USA. How times flies” the singer wrote on instagram as she appears in all yellow trouser and half top with a beautiful smile at the home town of CNN headquarters.

Her post is seen by many as a mockery to the blogger who had given false information that she was banned from entering the country.

The singer who is no stranger to controversy was heavily criticize in April 2018 after she attended concert in Ivory Coast in a transparent black jumpsuit

She was heavily criticize by her fans back home for what they termed “nudity” on the part of the artists

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